Corporate & Business Law
Corporate/business law relates to representation of a business regardless of the stage, whether one is looking to start a business, dealing with the ongoing operation of the business, looking to sell or purchase a business or terminating the business. In the ever-changing business environment we live in, entrepreneurs and businesses need highly qualified, cost-effective legal advice and representation from business attorneys who know and understand their industry.

Our attorneys provide counsel to business owners in a variety of business contexts to ensure legal compliance, minimize taxes, and reduce risk. We understand that business problems and opportunities need prompt attention, so we are available to our clients when they need us. From formation to dissolution, the attorneys of Neuberger, Griggs, Sweet & Smith, LLP help clients save money, minimize legal expenses, and avoid legal obstacles that could trip up their business. We consider it a great privilege to be able to represent the businesses and business owners which make our community such a vibrant place.
Dedicated
Our attorneys provide a full range of corporate and business services, including the following:
Business formation
  • Entity selection (c-corporations (C Corp), s-corporations (S Corp), limited liability company (LLCs), limited liability partnerships (LLPs), partnerships, sole proprietorships, non-profits and all other entity structures)
  • Operating agreements, bylaws, buy-sell agreements, buy-back agreements, redemption agreements, other governing documents, and policies and procedures
  • Strategic legal and tax planning
Business operation
  • Change of entity
  • Revision and maintenance of operating agreements, bylaws, buy-sell agreements, buy-back agreements, other governing documents, and policies and procedures
  • Contracts and agreements with customers, suppliers, and other businesses
  • Collecting unpaid bills and debts
  • Litigation representation for business-related matters, including contract disputes, unfair trade practices, business torts, and other business litigation
  • Sale and acquisition of business assets and/or a business entity, including merger with another entity
  • Business succession planning and continuation of the business to successors
Business Termination
  • Dissolution of business entity
  • Distribution of business assets to creditors and stakeholders

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